Everyone knew that Oppo was working on a wearable with more than a passing resemblance to the Apple Watch, but now the all-new Oppo Watch has been announced in full, alongside with the oppo Find X2, and the wearable comes complete with a large and sharp OLED screen.
The display is 1.91 inches and has a 473×402 resolution and 326 pixels per inch. For comparison, the largest Apple Watch 5 model has a 1.78-inch screen with 448×368 resolution.
Still, at the top end, the Oppo Watch is larger and also has a higher resolution than the Apple Watch 5, while retaining a similar design, complete with a square-inch screen with curved glasses and an 11.35mm thick aluminum or stainless steel frame.
The product is also water-resistant. It has a heart rate monitor and supports cellular connectivity via an eSIm. Now, talking about the battery, it has got 430mAh in the 46mm model and 300mAh in the 41mm model and can last for 40 hours of regular use.
This sounds fairly average amount, but switch to the power-saving mode and Oppo claims it will run up to 21 days. This mode will also display notifications, but turns off many of the smart features. And charging the watch from 0 to 100 will take 75 minutes.
The software in it could be the sticking point for some of the users, as this does not run Wear OS or any of the major smartwatch platforms. Oddly, the watch is powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset, which is not the most powerful smartwatch chipset.
Now, talking about the releasing date, it is possible that the watch will land in May. In case we will let you know for any further updates regarding the product, or the releasing date in India.